Bad Faith Insurance Litigation
Insurance Bad Faith Litigation is a term applied to a tort claim which an injured person files against an insurance company because of its bad acts. In Hawaii, insurance companies owe a duty of “good faith and fair dealings” to their clients. If the insurance company violates this duty, the insured party may sue in a tort claim in addition to a breach of contract claim.
Insurance Bad Faith Litigation is a complex legal process, and often involves an injured individual in a fragile state. If you have been injured by somebody else’s actions as well as your insurance company, you are entitled to compensation from both of those parties. Make sure your case is handled with care and contact our experienced team of insurance lawyers so we can help set your bad faith litigation case in motion and obtain justice for you.
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